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General Discussion / Re: Funny Photos 2018 edition
« Last post by Spada on Today at 01:08:57 PM »
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General Discussion / Re: Chickens at home
« Last post by Troopy_03 on Today at 12:43:21 PM »
Just saw this post about foxes and thought I'd add my experience.  We do not have chickens, but a healthy looking fox was in our backyard this morning about 9.30.  I tried to take a photo but it was spooked and ran off.  This is in leafy Surrey Hills (about 10km east of Melb CBD).  I wonder what it was looking for?  Perhaps the cat's breakfast leftovers (must be desperate).  ???

Apparently he isn't on his own eitrher. Check out google for foxes in Melbourne. I remember seeing a docco a few years ago about them too.
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General Discussion / Re: 'Daily Rant Thread' 2018
« Last post by Troopy_03 on Today at 12:40:49 PM »
I found this:
https://www.facebook.com/7NewsMelbourne/videos/276721372939495/
But I can't find the one you refer to EDZ.

And from that, the only remorse he seems to show, is that he got caught. He says - it was only meant to be shown to my mates, but obviously one of them wasn't a good a mate as I thought.
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General Discussion / Re: Funny Photos 2018 edition
« Last post by Bird on Today at 12:34:15 PM »
 ;D 8) 8) ;D
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General Discussion / Re: Chickens at home
« Last post by Bunyip on Today at 12:33:12 PM »
We are lucky that we don't have foxes in Tassie.

We will be getting chooks in the not too distant future.

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General Discussion / Re: Whats making news in 2018 edition
« Last post by Troopy_03 on Today at 12:29:29 PM »
Ah so just drop kicks, westies and uneducated wankers listen to him.

Well I listen often, westie - yup penriff born and bred.
Uneducated - made it through high school and I make my living dealing with drop kicks and wankers.

Don’t let the tall poppy syndrome knock you around


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I think you misunderstand the premise of "The tall poppy syndrome"
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General Discussion / Re: Whats making news in 2018 edition
« Last post by edz on Today at 11:04:53 AM »
Heading for Inskip point these holidays .... Be careful ... A new sink hole formed at the point https://www.frasercoastchronicle.com.au/news/no-beach-left-75m-sink-hole-swallows-tourist-hotsp/3532299/?ref=hs
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General Discussion / Re: Chickens at home
« Last post by outbackogre on Today at 10:48:48 AM »
Just saw this post about foxes and thought I'd add my experience.  We do not have chickens, but a healthy looking fox was in our backyard this morning about 9.30.  I tried to take a photo but it was spooked and ran off.  This is in leafy Surrey Hills (about 10km east of Melb CBD).  I wonder what it was looking for?  Perhaps the cat's breakfast leftovers (must be desperate).  ???
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General Discussion / Re: Front fold vs rear fold
« Last post by Bird on Today at 09:18:48 AM »
Quote from: tryagain
My thoughts are 2 people, I'd go forward normally have kids along, I'd go a rear fold.
to be honest, if I was doing it with young kids again I'd go a caravan.

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Buying 2nd had, I'd probably go rearfold
agree.

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as they aren't as "popular" so you can get a better deal
dunno bout that :) Quality units still seem to be holding their $ fairly well.
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General Discussion / Re: Front fold vs rear fold
« Last post by chester ver2.0 on Today at 09:15:12 AM »
Only thing to take into account with front fold is due to the design most seem to have very high ball weights that are beyond most small to medium SUV / 4WD vehicles
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